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Name Needed For A Personal Concierge Biz
Posted by Anonymous on
10/7/2005 at 12:23 PM ET
I planning to launch a personal concierge service... but I'm having trouble with finding the right name... can you help?
To help you on your way, here's a rough guide of who I want to attract and what I plan to offer:
Preferred Client: The high-flying City executive – the up and coming Power Brokers who are aiming to be ‘Top Dog’. Their personality type will be almost exclusively be ‘Type A’ and, since they’re roughly halfway up the corporate ladder, I would anticipate that the majority will be in their thirties.
Services: Lifestyle Management. I am selling my time - which in turn affords my clients more time to focus on their private and professional ambitions. The services will range from making table reservations, through sourcing hard to find luxury products, managing domestic arrangements, gift shopping, travel, event planning and hospitality. (We'll pretty much cater for any requests that are a) legal, b) ethical and c) humanly possible!)
Any suggestions gratefully received!
10/7/2005 at 12:31 PM
Corporate Climber Concierge
10/7/2005 at 2:24 PM
10/7/2005 at 2:29 PM
Preferred Client: The high-flying City executive – the up and coming Power Brokers who are aiming to be ‘Top Dog’. Their personality type will be almost exclusively be ‘Type A’ and, since they’re roughly halfway up the corporate ladder, I would anticipate that the majority will be in their thirties
How about CzarCierge?
I thought about other xxxcierge names like mogulcierge, but CzarCierge just seems to roll off the tongue.
best of luck,
10/8/2005 at 5:13 PM
We've done some positioning work in your industry, and it's usually a local business. Clients like yours want to meet you face-to-face before they hire you. Accordingly, it would really be helpful to know WHERE you're going to be marketing your services. You may want to communicate familiarity with the local area (and the resources you have there) as part of your name/tagline.
By omission, you've defined your business as being global, and I suspect you didn't really mean that.
10/9/2005 at 11:38 PM
10/9/2005 at 11:39 PM
woth a little checkmar incorporated in your logo...
let me take care of your list
10/19/2005 at 7:20 AM
Hello all. I am closing this question since there has been no activity in over a week. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
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